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MarsProxies and BitBrowser: Integration Tutorial

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Whenever you access a website, it gathers information about you, your device, and your surfing habits. For this purpose, websites use your browser fingerprint, cookies, and other information you share. While this information should offer a better browsing experience for each user, it can also cause IP blogs and other challenges.

Anti-detect browsers like BitBrowser can help you take full control of your browser fingerprint. You can change your IP address, location, hardware and software settings, and all other identifying information to create a unique browsing environment.

In this article, we’ll cover this popular anti-detect browser and explain how to set up BitBrowser with MarsProxies for safe surfing and multi-accounting.

BitBrowser Features Overview

Like most similar tools, BitBrowser enables users to control all aspects of their browser fingerprint. You can create unique fingerprints and safely run multiple browser tabs from the same PC without any correlation. This approach is crucial for e-commerce, social media, marketing platforms, and beyond.

The browser offers several advantages:

  • User grouping, authorization, and cloud synchronization
  • Google Chrome extension support
  • Built-in script market for various websites
  • API and RPA automation support

Pricing starts at $10/month for 50 browser instances and two team members. However, you can also take advantage of the free package (10 browsers, one team member) with zero strings attached.

What Does MarsProxies Offer?

Reliable proxies go hand in hand with anti-detect browsers like BitBrowser. At MarsProxies, you can get:

  • Over 1 million residential proxies worldwide (190+ countries)
  • Precise country, state, and city-level targeting
  • Traffic that never expires
  • Support for HTTP/HTTPS and SOCKS5
  • Customizable rotating and sticky sessions (1 second to 7 days)
  • Flexible plans at highly competitive prices

How to Use MarsProxies With BitBrowser

1. Download BitBrowser from the website and run it. Select Browser Profiles (1) from the quick menu and click the Add (2) button to create your first profile.


2. Scroll down to the Proxy section and select Custom (3) as the proxy method.


3. Go to your MarsProxies dashboard and configure your proxies. We’ll use our residential proxies from Montreal, Canada (4) with Sticky IPs (5), SOCKS5 protocol (6), and six hours (7) for the session duration.


4. Now, it’s time to copy your proxy credentials to BitBrowser. Our dashboard generates the number of sessions you select (under Quantity), and each session is a unique string of your credentials in hostname:port:username:password format. We’ll use the first one from the list.


5. Go back to BitBrowser. Select HTTP under Proxy Type (8) and copy the credentials (9) from the MarsProxies dashboard accordingly. Once you’re finished with the profile configuration, click the Check Proxy (10) button.


6. BitBrowser will check if your proxy works and provide some additional information (11). Once your browser profile configuration is finished, click the Confirm (12) button.


7. This will return you to the Browser Profiles section. Click the Open (13) button to launch the browser.


8. The browser’s homepage will offer more information about your proxy and browser profile in general.


9. Alternatively, you can visit IPHey or another website with similar functionality for additional testing.


If your browser passes all relevant checks, you’re ready to start working!

To Sum Up

Your browser profile is only as safe as the proxies you’re using. With MarsProxies, you can take advantage of everything BitBrowser has to offer without worrying about blocks, bans, or geo-restrictions.

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